Thursday, March 15, 2007

In other news

From David Sirota, Charlie Rangel is amazed: "The problem I’ve had to deal with is the terribly negative view trade has . . . I was amazed at the number of members who won just by running against trade."

From Broadsheet, legal abortion saves lives in South Africa: "According to Ipas, when South Africa broadly legalized abortion in 1996, deaths from unsafe procedures dropped. Plummeted, really. By a factor of 91 percent." Remember, Zell would rather that those women die, because then, there might have been more babies to pick fruit and fight wars.